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Peacock....I want this with colorful birds flying out of it. Like the typical birds flying from a feather but colored and from a peacock feather. On my arm.

55+ Peacock Tattoo Designs

Peacock....I want this with colorful birds flying out of it. Like the typical birds flying from a feather but colored and from a peacock feather. On my arm.

a straight version of the top feather is the direction i want the feather to point. UPSIDE down and the quill facing away from the audience the rounded part of the feather pointing towards the viewer.

a straight version of the top feather is the direction i want the feather to point. UPSIDE down and the quill facing away from the audience the rounded part of the feather pointing towards the viewer.

Birds of any kind, I love watching them flying in the sky.   I love to listen when they're chirping in the tree!

Birds of any kind, I love watching them flying in the sky. I love to listen when they're chirping in the tree!

The peacock is the Kanye West of birds. After all, they do have over 200 colorful elongated feathers that attract not just their potential partners, but many people's attention and cameras, too.

19 Peacocks That Not Only Fan Their Tails But Flap Their Wings As Well

The peacock is the Kanye West of birds. After all, they do have over 200 colorful elongated feathers that attract not just their potential partners, but many people's attention and cameras, too.

The Palawan Peacock-Pheasant (Polyplectron napoleonis) is a medium-sized (up to 50 cm long) bird in the family Phasianidae. Endemic to the Philippines, the Palawan Peacock-Pheasant is found in the humid forests of Palawan Island in the southern part of the Philippine archipelago.

The Palawan Peacock-Pheasant (Polyplectron napoleonis) is a medium-sized (up to 50 cm long) bird in the family Phasianidae. Endemic to the Philippines, the Palawan Peacock-Pheasant is found in the humid forests of Palawan Island in the southern part of the Philippine archipelago.

Job 39:26 "Doth the hawk fly by thy wisdom, [and] stretch her wings toward the south?"  Many textbooks tell young people today that birds are modified reptiles. Suppose, they say, that millions of years ago the scales on some reptiles began to fray along the edges. In time, they say, the frayed scales turned into feathers and birds were born. The elegance and beauty of the feather make this story hard to believe. Can sticking a feather on a lizard produce a peacock? The bird's f...

Designed For Flight

Job 39:26 "Doth the hawk fly by thy wisdom, [and] stretch her wings toward the south?" Many textbooks tell young people today that birds are modified reptiles. Suppose, they say, that millions of years ago the scales on some reptiles began to fray along the edges. In time, they say, the frayed scales turned into feathers and birds were born. The elegance and beauty of the feather make this story hard to believe. Can sticking a feather on a lizard produce a peacock? The bird's f...

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